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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Jessica Richardson
Dr Sally Stephens
Dr Laura Yates
Professor Simon Thomas
Pregnancy outcomes after maternal varenicline use; analysis of surveillance data collected by the European Network of Teratology Information Services2017
Professor Simon Thomas
Dr Sally Stephens
Internet Advertisement Methods Provide Highest Levels of Recruitment to a Pilot Study of Self-Reported Medication Use and Pregnancy Outcomes2014
Professor David Jones
Dr Sally Stephens
Dr Laura Yates
Dr Amanda Greenall
Professor Simon Thomas
et al.
Fetal Outcomes Following Dosulepin Overdose in Pregnancy2012
Professor David Jones
Dr Sally Stephens
Dr Laura Yates
Dr Amanda Greenall
Professor Simon Thomas
et al.
Fetal Outcomes Following Fentanyl Exposure in Pregnancy2012
Dr Elise Rowan
Dr Heather Dickinson
Dr Sally Stephens
Dr Clive Ballard
Professor Raj Kalaria
et al.
Homocysteine and post-stroke cognitive decline2007
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Emma Burton
Dr Robert Barber
Dr Sally Stephens
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
et al.
Medial temporal atrophy rather than white matter hyperintensities predict cognitive decline in stroke survivors2007
Dr Sally Stephens
Professor Raj Kalaria
Ruth Pearce
Dr Clive Ballard
Association between mild vascular cognitive impairment and impaired activities of daily living in older stroke survivors without dementia2005
Dr Elise Rowan
Dr Heather Dickinson
Dr Sally Stephens
Dr Clive Ballard
Professor Raj Kalaria
et al.
Homocysteine and post-stroke cognition2005
Dr Clive Ballard
Dr Emma Burton
Dr Robert Barber
Dr Sally Stephens
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
et al.
NINDS AIREN neuroimaging criteria do not distinguish stroke patients with and without dementia2004